Man Fatally Shot at Church; Ferrari Crash Victim Dies
Here are some Patch headlines from around the region.
Man Fatally Shot at Creflo Dollar's Church - wsbtv.com
A man was shot and killed inside Creflo Dollar's World Changers Church International when shooting broke out around 10:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to wsbtv.com.
Police arrested, Floyd Palmer, a former church employee in connection with the shooting at Lenox Square Mall's Macy's store.
Ferrari Crash Victim Dies from Injuries - Alpharetta Patch
The 18-year-old driver of a Ferrari that crashed off Webb Bridge Road on Oct. 19 has died, making it a fatality crash investigation.For more on this story, visit Alpharetta Patch.
School Board Member, State Representative, Clash Over Charter Amendment – West Cobb Patch
State Rep. Ed Setzler’s main argument Tuesday night in favor of the proposed charter school amendment was choice—allowing parents to pull their children out of failing traditional public schools to attend charter ones.
“Southwest Atlanta, rural Georgia—is there any school in the state that you wouldn’t want to send your kid to?” he asked the dozen-plus forum attendees at Hillgrove High School. “If there is any school you wouldn’t want to send your kid to, you’ve got to support choice.” Visit West Cobb Patch for more on this story.
Canton Police Searching for Shoplifters - Canton-Sixes Patch
The Canton Police Department needs your help in identifying shoplifters who have been active in the area.
Electronics Approved For High School Classroom Use – Dallas-Hiram Patch
Paulding County high school students can now use cell phones and tablets in class to enhance lessons.
The Board of Education on Tuesday approved changes to the board's policy on the use of electronic devices that now state that students may use electronic devices at the direction of the instructor. The use of electronics outside of instructional time is only allowed by students in grades nine through 12. Visit Dallas-Hiram Patch for more on this story.